Nuts, seeds, legumes, and beans

Nuts 

Examples: Almonds, peanuts, cashew, hazelnut, macadamia, walnut, peanut butter
Allowed if: It is commercially manufactured and packaged, and is listed here:

All chopped nuts Hazelnut (no shell)
Almond Lotus Nut
Apricot kernel Macadamia (no shell)
Betel – dried and sliced Peanut
Brazil Pecan (no shell)
Candle nut Pine nut – clean, extracted from the cone & free of any cone scales (woody covering)
Cashew Pistachio
Chestnut (no shell) Tahitian / Island / Polynesian chestnut (no shell)
Ginkgo – dried and with no fleshy material Walnut (no shell)
All honey roasted nuts (do not require refrigeration)
Extra tip: Do not bring hickory.
Declare the item? Yes
Inspection required? Yes

 

Seeds for eating

Examples: Chia, poppy, pumpkin, quinoa
Allowed if: It is listed here:

Amaranth Melon
Annatto – processed colouring Poppy – not type papaver somniferum
Buckwheat – flour, or whole and cracked Pumpkin
Caraway Quinoa
Chia Sesame
Cucumber Sunflower – kibbled, or hulled in muesli/trail mix
Job's Tears Watermelon
Linseed  
Extra tip: Do not bring poppy seed type papaver somniferum.
Weight limit: None
Declare the item? Yes
Inspection required? Yes

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Hemp seeds

Examples: Hemp seed flour
Allowed if: Hemp seeds as food are allowed if it is powdered, crumbed, ground or baked.
Extra tip: Do not bring whole hemp seed.
Declare the item? Yes
Inspection required? Yes

 

Legumes and beans

Examples: Lentil, broad bean, chickpea, mung, peas
Allowed if: It is split, flour, or ground, and does not contain bugs, seeds, soil, disease, or other plant or animal material.
Extra tip: Do not bring whole or seeds for sprouting legumes and beans.
Weight limit: None
Declare the item? Yes
Inspection required? Yes

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